This year, you can buy your plants online and pick them up at the gardens!
Things are different this year for a lot of us, and the Denver Botanic Gardens are no different. As we approach the garden's much-anticipated spring plant sale, many have been worried that it will be canceled. But, the gardens assures us that's not the case.
This year, the sale will go online! You can now shop online for your favorite plants, and then pick up your orders from May 6-9.
How It Works
Presale, April 27: Anyone, members and nonmembers, can buy tickets for the pre-sale through April 24. Tickets are going fast, so you'll have to get them as soon as possible. Tickets for the presale cost $25.
Member and Volunteer Shopping, April 28-May 1: These dates are open to members and volunteers only. In order to purchase plant sale items, your membership must be active and current as of April 28, 2020, with an expiration date April 30, 2020, or later.
Pick-Up, May 6-9: Timed order pick-up will take place on May 6-9 on the top deck of the parking structure. Denver Botanic Gardens staff will load purchases on the top deck of the parking structure to encourage social distancing.
"For everyone’s safety, we ask that if you are feeling ill or symptomatic that you please send someone else to pick up your order on your behalf," the gardens request.
Additional information for the sale:
- An online catalog lists all available plants. Selections at the time of purchase are subject to availability.
- The online store link will be sent to pre-sale ticket purchasers and pre-sale shopping will begin at 10 a.m. on Monday, April 27.
- Member and volunteer shopping begins at 10 a.m. Tuesday, April 28, and closes Friday, May 1, at 4 p.m. The link for member and volunteer shopping will be provided via email at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, April 28.
- On Monday, May 4, you will receive an email with your designated pick-up time between May 6-9.
- Plant pick-up will be rain or shine. No returns or exchanges.
Are you a shopper of the Denver Botanic Garden's annual spring plant sale? How do you feel about the new format? Let us know in the comments.